Changes to review policy
ishikawa at yk.rim.or.jp
Mon May 2 03:12:01 UTC 2016
On 2016/04/28 18:39, Dave Koelmeyer wrote:
> On 28/04/16 20:52, Axel Grude wrote:
>> PS: If somebody can provide a condensed version of the Pros & Cons of
>> the correspondence column I could make a YouTube video on Thunderbird
>> Daily <https://www.youtube.com/c/thunderbirddaily> on it.
>>> I think implementing this new feature which people wanted for 15 years (!!) is great.
>>> On the other hand I don't think it's a good idea to "force" it upon people who've been working without it for 15 years.
>> I would like to know why people were wanting this feature for such a
>> long time, and lay out the argument for it in my video.
>> I would also try to create & showcase a userChrome hack to replace
>> the right arrow with a more obvious icon in order to make it more
> Some background might be gleaned from the linked bug reports
> requesting the feature:
> Looking at a couple of the more emotional comments in the ticket Jim
> referred to had me scrambling to fire up v45 (I'm still on v38 on
> Ubuntu). The feature *itself* at a quick look (and once one
> understands what the arrow means) does seem like a net improvement.
I, for one, thought the correspondent(s) field is a space-saver with the
directional arrow indicating the flow of the e-mail
until I read a post from a blind person who needed to use
reading software to read his/her e-mail.
The use of an arrow and correspondent(s) field was not
an improvement in his/her case, and worse, I have no idea if the poster
restore the old setting using the rather complicated procedure involving
I thought a UI change requires special acceptance procedure if I recall
correctly. Maybe the consideration of the accessibility should be part
of this UC change acceptance.
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